Despite the near termination of support for Windows 7, users are in no hurry to follow Microsoft’s advice and move to a more modern Windows 10. This is evidenced by the latest statistics on the use of computer operating systems in the world, provided by NetMarketShare.
Launched in 2009, Windows 7 over the past month has almost not lost in market share and continues to firmly hold second place on a global scale. Its share fell from 26.94% in October to 26.86% in November. In the first place is Windows 10. It is interesting that its share also does not grow, but decreases – from 54.30% in October to 53.33% in November.
All other operating systems occupy a much smaller share. Thus, macOS 10.14, which is in third place in the world, covers 4.62%. Then comes Windows 8.1 with 3.42% and macOS 10.15 with 3.93%. Linux is in eighth place with 1.16%, behind even Windows XP with 1.62%.
For regular users, extended support for Windows 7 ends January 14, 2020. Microsoft now warns users about the imminent death of Windows 7 and offers to switch to Windows 10.